Apache Traffic Server Gets Top-Level Project Status
May 05, 2010, 12:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Apache Software Foundation runs its open source projects on
a hierarchy of principally three levels, top-level projects (TLPs),
sub-projects and incubated projects. Achieving the TLP status is a
major milestone for an open source effort and this week Apache
announced that six projects were being graduated to TLP status.
"Among the six new TLPs, is the Apache Traffic Server, a project
that was originally an incubated effort by Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) in
2009. The Traffic Server is also being updated to version 2.0 this
week as the technology continues to grow under the direction of the
""It's the fundamental goal of being in incubation that you
succeed and graduate," Leif Hedstrom, Chairperson of the Apache
Traffic Server project, told InternetNews.com. "It signifies that
our community and software have been well-governed under the ASF's
meritocratic, consensus-driven process and principles."
"In addition to the Traffic Server, five former sub-projects of
existing TLPs have now moved up."